Compare the Cost of Audi Q5 Insurance by Model Year and Company

On average, a car insurance policy for an Audi Q5 costs $1,428 per year. MoneyGeek’s analysis shows that an Audi Q5’s insurance premiums are moderately priced as compared to other models. However, rates can vary based on your insurance provider and your car’s model year.

Compare Auto Insurance Rates

Insurance Rates

Ensure you're getting the best rate for your auto insurance. Compare quotes from the top insurance companies.

widget-location-pin
Last Updated: 5/18/2022
Advertising & Editorial Disclosure
By     |  

While looking for Audi Q5 insurance quotes, it’s best to shop around and compare rates from different insurance companies. Since insurance rates change every year and each insurer analyzes your profile differently, you may be able to find cheaper rates by shopping around. Depending on the model year of your Audi Q5, different companies will have different costs.

Key Takeaways

car2

It costs around $1,428 per year to insure an Audi Q5, which is cheaper compared to the average car model.

find

The average cost of insurance for Audi Q5 can change by as much as $825 per year depending on the company.

coins

The average cost of insurance for an Audi Q5 can change by as much as $415 per year depending on how old your car is. Average insurance rates are cheaper for older Audi Q5s.

How Much It Costs to Insure an Audi Q5 and the Cheapest Company

The insurance company you use to insure your Audi Q5 can significantly impact your premiums. On average, Audi Q5 insurance costs $1,428 per year. MoneyGeek’s research shows that the most affordable insurance company for an Audi Q5 is Progressive, with an average annual cost of $990. There is an average cost difference of $825 between Progressive, the cheapest insurance company, and Allstate, the most expensive insurer.

The Average Annual Cost of Audi Q5 Insurance by Company

For this analysis, MoneyGeek collected insurance rates for an Audi Q5 across all available Audi Q5 model years for a 40-year-old driver who has 100/300/100 liability insurance with comprehensive and collision coverage.

The Average Cost to Insure an Audi Q5 by Company

Scroll for more

swipe icon
Insurance Rates

Compare Auto Insurance Rates

Ensure you're getting the best rate for your auto insurance. Compare quotes from the top insurance companies.

widget-location-pin

Is an Audi Q5 Expensive to Insure?

Insurance companies use a variety of factors to determine Audi Q5’s average insurance cost. For an Audi Q5, the average insurance costs can be higher due to higher repair costs, theft rates or the vehicle's value.

The Best Car Insurance Company for an Audi Q5

The Audi Q5’s insurance cost shouldn’t be the only factor you evaluate while you’re looking to buy a car insurance policy. MoneyGeek scored car insurance companies based on customer complaints, affordability, customer satisfaction and financial stability. When evaluating the best car insurance companies for an Audi Q5, MoneyGeek found that:

  • USAA is the best insurer for the Audi Q5. However, these policies are only available to military families.
  • Progressive is the second-best car insurance company for Audi Q5s and is available to all drivers.

1
USAA
Score:89.5

4.2/5

Affordability

4.5/5

Claims Ratings

5/5

User Satisfaction

5/5

Financial Stability

2
Progressive
Score:89.5

5/5

Affordability

4/5

Claims Ratings

3/5

User Satisfaction

4.5/5

Financial Stability

3
GEICO
Score:82.1

4.3/5

Affordability

3.5/5

Claims Ratings

3/5

User Satisfaction

5/5

Financial Stability

4
Nationwide
Score:78.3

3.9/5

Affordability

4.5/5

Claims Ratings

3/5

User Satisfaction

4.5/5

Financial Stability

5
State Farm
Score:77.9

3.8/5

Affordability

4/5

Claims Ratings

3/5

User Satisfaction

5/5

Financial Stability

6
Allied
Score:NaN

3.1/5

Affordability

#N/A

Claims Ratings

#N/A

User Satisfaction

#N/A

Financial Stability

7
Allstate
Score:69

3/5

Affordability

4.5/5

Claims Ratings

3/5

User Satisfaction

4.5/5

Financial Stability

How Much It Costs to Insure an Audi Q5 by Model Year

For older Audi Q5 models, car insurance rates are generally lower. As a car’s value depreciates, comprehensive and collision insurance becomes less expensive. Our data shows an average insurance cost difference of $415 between a 2009 Audi Q5 and a 2020 Audi Q5. Depending on your Audi Q5’s model year, different companies may offer cheaper options.

The following are the average costs to insure an Audi Q5 by model year:

  • 2009 Audi Q5: $1,182 per year
  • 2010 Audi Q5: $1,192 per year
  • 2016 Audi Q5: $1,450 per year
  • 2017 Audi Q5: $1,495 per year
  • 2018 Audi Q5: $1,513 per year
  • 2019 Audi Q5: $1,564 per year
  • 2020 Audi Q5: $1,597 per year

For a 2020 Audi Q5, the cheapest insurance company is Progressive, with an average cost of $1,023 per year. You can select your Audi Q5’s model year below to see how rates change for each model year.

The Average Cost to Insure an Audi Q5 by Model Year

Scroll for more

swipe icon
  • Company
    Average Annual Rates (2020 model)
    Average Annual Rates (2019 model)
    Average Annual Rates (2018 model)
    Average Annual Rates (2017 model)
    Average Annual Rates (2016 model)
    Average Annual Rates (2010 model)
    Average Annual Rates (2009 model)
  • 1.
    $1,023
    $1,020
    $985
    $968
    $945
    $1,008
    $979
  • 2.
    $1,384
    $1,341
    $1,328
    $1,350
    $1,319
    $1,070
    $1,067
  • 3.
    $1,471
    $1,481
    $1,449
    $1,386
    $1,284
    $1,128
    $1,083
  • 4.
    $1,450
    $1,470
    $1,489
    $1,557
    $1,592
    $1,350
    $1,350
  • 5.
    $1,656
    $1,618
    $1,582
    $1,553
    $1,537
    $1,258
    $1,171

How Expensive Is It to Insure an Audi Q5 Compared to Other Cars?

MoneyGeek’s research shows that Audi Q5’s insurance rates are moderate as compared to the average car insurance cost. On average, it costs $1,428 per year if you want to buy a car insurance policy for your Audi Q5. This is only $1 more than the national average across all models.

How Much It Costs to Insure an Audi Q5 for 16- to 25-Year-Olds

Due to their inexperience, younger drivers pay a higher average cost for car insurance. MoneyGeek’s data shows that an insurance policy for an 18-year-old Audi Q5 driver costs an average of $4,660 per year, which is $3,232 more expensive than a policy for a 40-year-old driver. You can find the average cost of car insurance for young drivers ages 16 to 25 below.

As a young driver, it can be expensive to buy a car insurance policy. However, both you and your parents can save money on car insurance expenses by sharing a policy.

The Average Cost to Insure an Audi Q5 by Driver Age

Scroll for more

swipe icon
  • Age
    Average Annual Rates
  • 16
    $5,974
  • 17
    $5,292
  • 18
    $4,660
  • 19
    $3,337
  • 20
    $2,979
  • 21
    $2,358
  • 22
    $2,172
  • 23
    $1,988
  • 24
    $1,865
  • 25
    $1,693
  • 40
    $1,428

How Does Location Affect the Cost of Audi Q5 Insurance?

The Audi Q5’s insurance rates mentioned in this analysis are a national average. However, your location can have a major impact on car insurance premiums. If you want to learn more about the average cost of car insurance in individual states, our state page analysis provides comprehensive information.

FAQs About Audi Q5 Insurance

While the model year of your Audi Q5 can have a big impact on the average price of your car insurance, it's only one of the many factors insurers evaluate when calculating rates. You can learn more about Audi Q5 car insurance using our frequently asked questions.

Read More About Car Insurance

Methodology

For this analysis, MoneyGeek collected thousands of insurance rates for an Audi Q5 across all available Audi Q5 years. These rates are for a full coverage policy with:

  • $100,000 in bodily injury liability insurance per person
  • $300,000 in bodily injury liability insurance per accident
  • $100,000 in property damage liability insurance per accident
  • Comprehensive and collision insurance with a $1,000 deductible

About the Author


expert-profile

Mark Fitzpatrick is a senior content manager with MoneyGeek specializing in insurance. Mark has years of experience analyzing the insurance market and creating original research and content. He graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor of Arts and Johns Hopkins University with a Master of Arts.